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Appendix - ESG–Agency Harvesting Database

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 January 2020

Michele M. Betsill
Colorado State University
Tabitha M. Benney
University of Utah
Andrea K. Gerlak
University of Arizona
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ESG–Agency Articles 2008–2016 (n = 333)

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